LCIS FASO 10/15/21
Hello LCIS Families!
We have had another lovely week of learning at LCIS. Students participated in their grade level team meetings where they focused on respect, our habit of the month. Students talked about how it is important to have respect for yourself and others and a good first step to showing respect is by being kind to yourself and others. Every day we see and hear our students showing respect to others as they hold the door open for each, include each other at recess, and say please and thank you. We appreciate that you are also taking time to elevate the habit of respect at home.
The cold weather really showed up this past week. Thank you for making sure that your child came to school prepared to be outside for recess. Students certainly seem to enjoy their time outdoors more when they are dressed appropriately for the weather. If your child is in need of a coat, hat, gloves or boots, please fill out the form that came home in their Thursday Folder. All forms should be returned to the school by October 28.
Students in 3rd grade used papier mache to create topographic maps of Colorado during their Social Studies/Science hour. The students were asked to create and paint the 3 geographical regions in our state; the plains, the mountains, and the plateau. What a great way to learn about our beautiful state!
The students in Mr. Kim’s 4th grade class are participating in a Classroom Economy Project. There are jobs and systems in place that are based on a money structure. Students earn money by completing their homework or writing a book report among other things. On the opposite side of the proverbial coin, students may be fined for doing such things as being off task or being rude. Students have jobs that contribute to their classroom society. The scholars in Mr. Kim’s room are reinforcing the LCIS Habits of a Learner, like responsibility and collaboration. Thanks Mr. Kim!
Announcement from Project Dream:
We will not have after school clubs on October 27 & 28 due to parent-teacher conferences.
There is no Friday programming on the following dates: Oct. 8, Dec. 3, Dec. 17, Jan. 21, Feb. 4, Feb. 25, April 1, May 20, Jun. 3, Jun. 17.
Students are still welcome to enroll in our Friday Program! Please contact Blanca Rodriguez at 719-293-0115 to enroll your child.
Conferences are coming! On October 27th and October 28 school will run for a half day in the morning so that we can host conferences at the school from 12-8pm. Arrival will still take place starting at 7:45 and dismissal will begin at 11:15. Students will be served lunch at school and busses will follow their regular routes. Please see the attached letter for more information. Please use this link to schedule your child’s conference.
Join Project Dream on October 19th for our next Family Learning Institute – Family Math Night! We will have a presenter from each school talking about the math standards we cover, how we teach math, and how you can support your student at home. This event will be held in the cafeteria of LCES from 5:30-7:00pm. Dinner is included. Hope to see you there!
Please read below for some upcoming October Multigenerational Events w/ GOL!
Thursday, October 21st | 6:30-8 | GOL! Building (901 US HWY 24 / CMC Leadville Campus)
Join us to learn how to assemble your very own live succulent terrarium! GOL! will provide all materials. Instruction will be in English & Spanish. All ages, abilities, and backgrounds are welcome. RSVPs not required, but appreciated! Questions/comments/concerns, contact Jackie Radilla: firstname.lastname@example.org | 7192935533
Join GOL! for a Haunted Archery event. No experience necessary! All gear will be provided by GOL! (bows are recommended for ages 6+). Instruction will be in English & Spanish. All ages, abilities, and backgrounds are welcome. RSVPs not required, but appreciated! Questions/comments/concerns, contact Jackie Radilla: email@example.com | 7192935533
Here is a note from Vail Resorts regarding ski passes for this year:
Dear Lake County School students,
As the Ski Season is quickly approaching, I wanted to let you know that Vail Resorts, Inc. is once again pleased to offer a discounted ski pass program for Lake County students and full-time employees. New this year passes include access to Crested Butte! Please see the attached authorization letter and informational letter to learn more. The letter for students needs to be signed by a school administrator who can verify attendance with Lake County Schools.
All students under 18 are required to have a parent or legal guardian signature on release form.
Eagle/Lake County Student Ages 5-12 Vail/Beaver Creek/Crested Butte/Breckenridge/
Keystone. $ 299
Eagle/Lake County Student Ages 13-18 Vail, Beaver Creek, Crested Butte, Breckenridge, and
Keystone. $ 429
New this season: These passes will not become available for purchase until Friday November 5th, 2021 at the Lionshead Pass office or Saturday November 6th, 2021 at the Beaver Creek Pass office.
I hope you have had a wonderful school year so far and thank you for everything you are doing for our community!
Megan Madrid – Sr. Manager Product Sales and Services P: 970-754-4222 C: 970-390-9200
There are many exciting events happening in our community every month – too many for us to list on this communication! Please click this link to access the Community Calendar for upcoming events.
|October 20||3rd Grade to Hayden Meadows – Habitat Study – 11:30-2:45 p.m.|
|October 21||LCIS Community Meeting 8:10-8:40 am|
|October 21||District Accountability Meeting and Spaghetti Dinner – LCES – 6 pm|
|October 27-28||Panther Pride Day! Halloween Theme|
|October 27-28||½ Day School for Students|
|October 27-28||Parent – Teacher Conferences 12-8 pm|
|October 27-28||Scholastic Book Fair at LCIS during conferences – Yay, Books!!|
|November 7||Daylight Savings Time|
|November 17||3rd Grade “Climb to Glory” presentation by Chris Anthony 8:30-9:45|
|November 18||LCIS Community Meeting 8:10-8:40 am|
|November 23||Panther Pride Day! Rodeo theme|
|November 24-26||Thanksgiving Break|
|December 7||Instrumental Music Concert – grades 5-12 – LCHS Auditorium 7 pm|
|December 9||Vocal Music Concert – grades 3-12 – LCHS Auditorium 7 pm|
|December 16||End of Semester 1|
|December 16||LCIS Community Meeting 8:10-8:40 am|
|December 16||Panther Pride Day! Winter Wonderland theme|
|December 20-31||Winter Break|
|October 23||MS Soccer vs Eagle Valley @ Berry Creek (leave time TBD)|
|October 23||MS Cross Country State Meet @ D’evlin MS – leave time TBD|
|October 30||MS Soccer vs Gypsum Creek @ Gypsum Creek (leave time TBD)|
|November 6||MS Soccer vs Berry Creek @ Gypsum Creek (leave time TBD)|
|November 13||MS Soccer Finals – time and place TBD|
Cheryl Talbot (she/hers)
Principal, Lake County Intermediate School